There is now just over a week left of Zero Chill, so over Christmas week there was a big rush of updates to the program.
With three sets of Zero Chill related
players dropping, and a number of others, and many more challenges coming to
MUT, gamers now have a huge number of games to play, rewards to earn, and
players to stack their team with in Madden’s biggest MUT program yet.
Here is everything you need to know about Zero Chill’s part two.
Three lots of players from three ZC
programs hit MUT over the last week.
Part two brought 18 new players to the program,
including Walter Payton (95 OVR), Jason Kelce (94 OVR), Marcus Peters (93 OVR),
Cameron Heyward (92 OVR) and Jordan Reed (90 OVR).
Walter Payton joins Bruce Smith as a Zero Chill Master, and is unbelievably good.
Every ball carrier rating is 89 or higher, and other than 83 strength, every relevant general rating is above 92.
To get him will cost around 300k, or you can earn him from a set, along with his Power Up and your choice of one NAT of a player used in the set, by exchanging Kelce, Peters and Heyward.
This is the full list of Zero Chill part two players:
- 95 OVR Walter Payton (Master)
- 94 OVR Jason Kelce
- 93 OVR Marcus Peters
- 92 OVR Cameron Heyward
- 90 OVR Jordan Reed
- 89 OVR Eddie Goldman
- 88 OVR Mike Daniels
- 87 OVR Mike McGlinchey
- 86 OVR Jessie Bates III
- 85 OVR Gardner Minshew II
- 84 OVR Chidobe Awuzie
- 83 OVR Jack Doyle
- 82 OVR Zach Fulton
- 81 OVR Pat Elflein
- 79 OVR Jarrad Davis
- 79 OVR Dwayne Haskins Jr
- 78 OVR T.J. Carrie
- 78 OVR Andy Isabella
Ghost of Madden – Past
Maybe to combat Lamar Jackson, EA have
released a new version of Mike Vick as part of the Ghost of Madden program.
In reality, this is a case of which player you prefer, because they are nearly identical right now, with Vick offering higher throw power.
With 93 speed, 95 agility, 90+ juke and spin, 96 throw power, 86+ accuracy, he is ridiculous.
He’ll cost upwards of 400k, or complete his set with the three other Ghosts of Madden – Past players.
Speaking of, joining Vick is 95 OVR Bo
Jackson, Michael Strahan and Mel Blount.
Out of Position
In addition to all of the above, there are
also seven more OOP players to fill up your lineup and create the craziest
Calvin Johnson Jr. was the previous master, as a ridiculous FS, now he is joined by 95 OVR Vita Vea at RB.
Vea isn’t going to make people miss, nor
outrun them, but he is going to go right through them. If you’re in need of a
power back, or even just a reliable between the tackles runner, this is your
guy. With 98 trucking, 94 stiff arm and 96 break tackle, at 6’4”, 347lbs, good
luck taking him down.
He’ll set you back around 250k coins, or
you can exchange OOP J.J. Watt and OOP Quenton Nelson to acquire him.
Here are the rest of the new OOP players:
- 95 OVR Vita Vea (HB) (Master)
- 93 OVR J.J. Watt (TE)
- 93 OVR Quenton Nelson (FB)
- 91 OVR Jamal Adams (ROLB)
- 89 OVR Mohamed Sanu Sr (QB)
- 87 OVR Mark Barron (SS)
- 85 OVR Jimmie Ward (FS)
The latest updates have seen additions to
three Zero Chill challenges, along with a whole new thread.
A MUTmas Carol: Five new challenges, up to 3,750 more coins, 50 Kindling and 15 Stars.
Snow Day: 10 new challenges, up to 5,500 coins, 100 Kindling and 50 Stars, and two Zero Chill players.
OOP Training Camp: 14 new challenges, up to 7,700 coins, 140 Kindling and 70 Stars, and one OOP player.
The 12 Days of MUTmas: These challenges ask you to complete various momentous occasions from the 2019 season, such as rushing for touchdowns with mobile QBs, or winning in the NFL International Series.
There are 12 challenges, worth up to 4,800 coins, 120 Kindling and 48 Stars. You’ll also earn six Zero Chill players, four 81-84 OVR, one 85-87 OVR, and one 88-91 OVR.